Monthly Archives: November 2013

Chicken scandal infuriates residents

Chicken scandal infuriates residents

SOME Bulawayo residents have urged the government to ban imported chicken following revelations that embalming chemicals used to preserve human corpses were used to prevent the birds from going bad.

Zanu PF fails to release poll results

Zanu PF fails to release poll results

ZANU PF failed to announce its Midlands provincial election results by yesterday as promised, four days after the polls were held amid reports that some outcomes had yet to reach the command centre in the provincial capital Gweru.

Botswana blitz against Zimbabwean  sex workers

Botswana blitz against Zimbabwean sex workers

GABORONE — Zimbabwean sex workers operating in Botswana face deportation following collaborative efforts by police and immigration to sift them by extraditing anyone alleged to be soliciting for sex.

Man loses eye in brawl over music

Man loses eye in brawl over music

A HWANGE man was sentenced to 18 months in jail for damaging the eye of a fellow reveller in a fight during a beer drink at Mpongola village.

Indigenisation: Tool to manage globalisation

Indigenisation: Tool to manage globalisation

THE idea that local actors such as the State and citizens play a diminished role in managing economic globalisation predominantly within their countries is widespread.

Food shortages worse since 2009: UN

Food shortages worse since 2009: UN

GENEVA — Some 2,2 million Zimbabweans will need food assistance in the pre-harvest period from January to March next year, a United Nations agency has said, warning that food security in the Southern African country continues to deteriorate.

Namibia name strong side for tri-nations tourney

Namibia name strong side for tri-nations tourney

ZIMBABWE’S flagship rugby side, the Sables, will have to be at their best during next week’s Windhoek Draught Tri-Nations Rugby Series after their main rivals Namibia named a vastly experienced side for the tournament.

Concourt ruling milestone  for freedom of speech

Concourt ruling milestone for freedom of speech

THE Constitutional Court (Concourt) on Wednesday made a ground-breaking ruling, declaring sections of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act criminalising publicly undermining the authority of the President and communicating falsehoods unconstitutional

Umkhathi Theatre to celebrate in style

Umkhathi Theatre to celebrate in style

GLOBETROTTING Umkhathi Theatre Works is set to celebrate its 16th anniversary in December with a new production Umbiko KaMandeya.

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